all over the shop
- All over the shopIf something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the shop.
The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.
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all over the shop — (informal) Dispersed all around • • • Main Entry: ↑shop * * * all over the shop Brit : all over the place : ↑everywhere • • • Main Entry: ↑shop * * * all ˈover the shop … Useful english dictionary
all over the shop — If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the shop. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
all over the shop — Phrs. 1. In a mess, out of order, disorganized. 2. Everywhere. E.g. I ve been all over the shop this morning and I can t find her anywhere … English slang and colloquialisms
All over the shop — If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the shop … Dictionary of English idioms
all over the shop — adj, adv disorganised, in chaos or disarray. The first three versions are British, the last two American. This is a more colourful extension into slang of the colloquial phrase all over the place , and the first version at least dates from the… … Contemporary slang
all over the shop — total mess, out of order, in disarray … English contemporary dictionary
be all over the shop — British, informal, American, informal 1. to be scattered in a lot of different places. What have you been doing with your clothes? They re all over the shop! 2. to be confused and badly organized. I ve been so unimpressed by their campaign. They… … New idioms dictionary
all over the show — If something is all over the show, it s in a complete mess.An alternative to All over the shop … The small dictionary of idiomes
all over the place — 1. adjective Inconsistent; lacking a clear pattern; with a large amount of variation. I asked each person in turn, and their answers were all over the place. Syn: random, scattershot 2. adverb … Wiktionary
all over the place (or N. Amer. also map, Brit. also shop) — informal 1》 everywhere. 2》 in a state of disorder. → all … English new terms dictionary